Made his T20I debut against New Zealand in Manchester in June 2015, taking 3-22. Playing in his first ICC WT20.
He is the son of ex-England batsman and former elite panel umpire Peter Willey.
Scored 60 and then took 4-9, including a hat-trick, in the English domestic T20 final to help Northamptonshire defeat Surrey in 2013.
Took seven wickets in the three ODIs he played against New Zealand in the summer of 2015.
Smashed 100 from just 41 balls in the 2015 English domestic T20 quarter-final against Sussex at Hove.